Event-Triggered Output Consensus of Heterogeneous Linear Multi-Agent Systems with Immeasurable Disturbances
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2017 IEEE. In this paper, we consider the output consensus problem of linear multi-Agent systems subject to different agent dynamics by utilizing event-Triggered control strategies. Both the dynamics and output of the agents are affected by non-identical disturbances, which are not measurable. The proposed event-Triggered control scheme has a desirable feature that each individual agent independently decides when to communicate with its neighbors while a positive minimum inter-event interval is guaranteed. By using the self-Triggered strategy, we further solve the continuous monitoring problem usually existed with the event-Triggered strategies. The effectiveness of the results is demonstrated by an example.